‘Black & White’ Art Exhibit Opens with Reception Friday

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Make A Hole In Emptiness...11 ©2002 Eloise Larson

What: “Black & White” Art Opening
When: Friday, June 24, 5-7 p.m.
Where: Liberty Arts, 108 W. Miner Street, Yreka, CA 96097

Liberty Arts is proud to announce the opening reception of “Black & White,” a group art exhibition demonstrating mastery of value and curated by local artist Eloise Larson. Eloise brings a fully developed vision for a show that she hopes will explore the use of value and “making marks.” She explains further:

“All art is the result of making marks, whether with a pencil, computer, camera (seeing, capturing and printing marks), paint, clay, etc. The pieces in this show will mainly focus on the manipulation of the element of design and value in the marks that the artist uses to create an image.” ~Eloise Larson

After the reception, there will be a special late dinner and live music next door at The Audacity and Café.

For more information, call Liberty Arts at (530) 842-0222 or visit their brand new web site: libertyartsyreka.org.

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